Rossendale Free Press



WHAT you’ve been saying on our Facebook page:

●●A MILLION pound gym is set to bring jobs to Rawtenstal­l ahead of Christmas with the opening of the new Thrive Gym leisure complex (see page 5):

Justine Kennedy:

Pelican Couriers Ltd gym before work?

Stephanie Prior:

Excited, just near my child’s school which will make it easier to go after dropping her off

Rebecca Wilkinson:

Chris Payne let’s hope the healthy eating cafe is decent

Clare Waterfall-Hallam:

All I want is a spa, is that too much for a girl to ask for?

●●INQUEST after young mum Natalie Doherty, from Crawshawbo­oth, lost control of her BMW on the M66 (page 4):

Jade Priddle: My beautiful best friend. Never does a day go by where I don’t think about you...wish you were still here, miss my wingman x

Gemma Gueller: Always in my thoughts x

Alethea ‘bongo’ Rogers: So heartbreak­ing and will be forever missed by many

Karen King: So so sad... RIP thoughts are with your family...x

Ash Trickett: Rip beautiful mumma

Denise Dewhurst Renwick: RIP beautiful, thought go out to family

Susan Irwin: Sleep tight beautiful girl...thoughts are with your family and friends.

Hay J Steadman: So sad.

Absolute rubbish what Highways England said about there not being an issue with flood water on that stretch, it’s always terrible. It was only a matter of time before something as bad as this was going to happen. That poor boy

Margaret Moody: Very sad

Marge Cliffe: So sad. A beautiful girl. Heartbreak­ing x

Nathan McLean: So, sad, so tragic! Highways England should know that stretch is treacherou­s!

●●SHEEP suffered a ‘painful death’ after running into a fence trying to escape dog:

Lynne Pollard: That is terrible - dogs should be on leads and responsibl­e owners.

Kath Scowcroft: Absolutely shocking

●●NEW homes bid for Newchurch bowling green, October 29:

Les Nuttall: We need to stop building houses. We need less people not more houses

Jinny Ann: It needs to be a nice green space not houses - is there not enough unaffordab­le houses being built?

Karen King: Maybe a park for kids. Or something for the elderly.

Matt Young: Won’t be happy until the last tree has gone

Sue Massey: It was lovely as a bowling green, always used and the car park was too, especially when the church had things on

Courtney Dowsing: Jack McCarthy Priestley what

are they doing to Newchurch

Joanne Andrew: Noooo no more houses let us have a nice green area for children to play

parents to relax and see the wildlife visit!

Gary Wright: Have these people tried travelling on the roads in the valley... the infrastruc­ture can’t

cope with any more traffic

Garry Andre Agus:

Houses and more houses, what about, road structure, no room at the

doctors, schools, dentist, hospitals, drainage systems built many years ago / not able to cope, more green space covered.

 ?? ?? ●●This week’s Big Picture is Lee Quarry taken just before sunset by Wayne Clawson. Email your pictures to freepressn­ or upload them to­pics
●●This week’s Big Picture is Lee Quarry taken just before sunset by Wayne Clawson. Email your pictures to freepressn­ or upload them to­pics

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